Breaking News. On the front page of our website, on the right hand side about half way down, is an area for making a donation to the VDHA. Just click on the PayPal logo and you will be transferred to the magical land of giving. It is easy to do. The way I know this, is I made a donation myself. Donate in memory of your dog, or a buddy you served with, or a cherished friend you have lost. You can give every day if you choose? If you are a visitor to our website please consider helping the VDHA continue our work. The VDHA does not pay it's officers, nor do we have a fancy office. What the VDHA does have, is a committed membership that is trying to remember our four footed buddies in any way we can.
Many of our vets have a very difficult time getting out and about. Our church has a new web page of Chaplain's audio sermons at http://cbcgnj.org
I think many will be able to relate to them.
Chaplain Steve Janke
The VDHA was organized in 1993 by a group of six veteran war dog handlers that served during the Vietnam Conflict. One of their original goals was to search for and re-unite veteran war dog handlers and honor the memory of their war dog partners.
As a result, the VDHA has grown from six members to approximately 2000 members. Our membership consists of veteran war dog handlers and dog loving supporters of all ages and gender.
The VDHA continues to be a part of war dog memorial projects throughout the country. Some have since been dedicated and more are on the horizon.